TORONTO, Nov. 21, 2013 /CNW/ - Crisp mornings, beautiful leaves (and raking them up), and chunky knits are sure signs that it's the fall season. As the days get dark earlier, and with on-peak rates in effect during the supper hours, customers may think twice about heating up the oven for dinner. Toronto Hydro has its latest low-cook/no-cook recipe for the season that's not only a crowd-pleaser; it's easy on the chef and the wallet.
The latest autumn recipe - Thai-inspired Cold Rolls - can be found at torontohydro.com/newsroom. Watch the 'how-to' video for easy, step-by-step instructions on how to make these delicious and nutritious cold rolls. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrAzeVD6Ofs
Fall being in full swing means the holiday season isn't far off! With this time of year comes a rush of dinner parties, hosting family and friends, and decorating. With electricity costs rising, choosing more efficient ways to cook is a simple habit to offset on-peak rates.
FESTIVE AND TASTY GOODIES COMING SOON!
Before you blow your budget on catering, be sure to check out some of the delicious no-cook low-cook recipes for the winter season. Recipes and the annual greening the holiday decorations will be posted each day beginning December 9 for Toronto Hydro's 12 Days of Christmas. From appetizers to dessert, they require little to no electricity, and they'll be sure to 'wow' party goers and guests.
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Video with caption: "Video: Toronto Hydro's creative low-cook/no-cook recipe perfect for fall". Video available at: http://www.youtube.com/v/nrAzeVD6Ofs?version=3&hl=en_US
SOURCE: Toronto Hydro Corporation
For further information:
Tanya Bruckmueller, Toronto Hydro-Electric System